Dec 19, 2016
We take freedom for granted and we don't actually realize how free we really are. Sure we might be fighting for our rights. We might be fighting for our livelihood, but we have the freedom to fight. In this episode I talk about a movie that I was in called "Don't Shoot! I'm The Guitar Man" a true Story about rock and roll legend, Buzzy Martin, who dedicated his time to teach the prisoners of San Quentin music. As I read Buzzy's book and the script my eyes were opened and the precious gift of freedom is what we need to take care of.
I also talk about the Podcast of the Day which is "Barley and Me" with comedian Ben Rice, a wonderful podcast about beer. Do I need to explain more?
In case you were wondering who made my theme song, it was created by Mike Glyphix Abdelmessih who will be coming out with some phenomenal beats for some promising artists. To see his work, go to his Instagram account @shubrawi.
And finally, I want to thank Wacist Webb (who isn't a racist and thinks racism is wack) for being my producer today. You can also listen to him on the Videogame BANG! podcast.
Topics include: San Quentin, racism, freedom, prison, acting, podcast, comedy, beer, Alan Thicke, celebrities, celebrity, death, conversation, Florence Henderson, 2016, funny, insomnia